Historian Bray Hammond, in his study of American banking, described the Jacksonian program as 'one of enterpriser against capitalist, of banker...
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 Historian Bray Hammond, in his study of American banking, described the Jacksonian program as "one of

enterpriser against capitalist, of banker against regulation." How does the account by Baldwin correspond with Hammond's theory? How might it be possible that the Jacksonian program both created and ended the situation described here?

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Jackson was not a fan of the central bank at all. He favored the every day man, or the innovator, over big banks and... View the full answer

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